Break-top that is. Truthfully, I can't remember how I came by these, but you can bet they were cheap. They are really just curiosity pieces. Their greatest value is probably in the good grip panels on all three. I have shot two of them, and they work fine, I haven't shot the .38 H&R , it is probably in the best overall condition, but it is black powder. The H&R, (auto ejecting second model) with the target grips, may well have sat in some cowboy Saturday night poker games. It is a .38. A .38 S&W cartridge will load fine in it, but I wouldn't shoot a modern powder shell in it for any reason. The other two are .32 S&W cartridge. They all three lock up and index fine. The .32 S&W cartridge was more deadly before WWI than it is now. A point-blank gut wound would pretty much assure a miserable death in about three days, in the days before anti-biotics. I don't have a clue what the ballistics are in the .32 S&W, but it is quite weak.